Successful G20 event reaffirms peace prevailing in Kashmir contrary too Pak’s propaganda: Police

The third Tourism G20 Working Group meeting which kicked off on Monday was held amid unprecedented ground to air security cover. Around 60 foreign delegates attended the meeting in Srinagar. The G20 meet was the first major international event in Jammu and Kashmir since August 2019, when the erstwhile state’s special status was scrapped.
The three-day conference concluded on Wednesday and this morning the foreign delegates left for Delhi in a chartered flight, officials said.
A police spokesman said the historic event came to an end today with delegates taking a flight back and leaving behind all good memories to be cherished by the people of Jammu and Kashmir for long.
“This event has opened new vistas and hopes, denouncing many myths and fake anti-Kashmir and anti-peace narratives based on falsehood and propagated by our neighbouring country,” the spokesman said.
It said people of Kashmir deserve special compliments for seeing through the falsehood of Pak narratives and welcoming and participating in the event in every way wholeheartedly.
“The delegates not only enjoyed the beauty of Kashmir but also lauded the local people and their hospitality,” he said.
Police said the security arrangements made for the event were least obtrusive, ensuring full normal life and business for the people.
“Traffic throughout and all business activity went on throughout without any inconvenience on account of security. People fully cooperated with police, security forces, traffic and security regulations for which DGP( Director General of Police) thanked them,” the spokesman said.
This G-20 event became peoples event who showcased local art, craft and traditions of hospitality to world’s guests who went around to important places of tourist attraction including visit to world famous Nishat Bagh, Pari Mahal, Shakara Riding in Dal Lake and shopping in polo view, he added.
He said the Police and security forces arrangements were people friendly.
DGP Dilbag Singh thanked and congratulated all ranks of Police, central armed police forces, and other agencies involved in the duties for the G20 for the excellent work done by them over the last three day in ensuring a smooth and secure G20 event here in Kashmir.
Meanwhile, Additional Director General of Police, Kashmir Vijay Kumar also congratulated security forces and intelligence agencies for conducting incident free and successful G20 meeting.
Mayor of Srinagar Junaid Mattu said the successful culmination of the Third Tourism Working Group (TWG) meeting of the G20 in Srinagar with the participation of nearly 60 foreign delegates is a tribute to the people of Srinagar and their spirit of hospitality.
“..Gratitude to all those involved in ensuring this,” he tweeted.

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